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Question
In Linux, how do you search for all the very large files (e.g. all files over 50000K in size, suppose you are already in / dir)?
Answer
find . -size +50000


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4. Basic Commands
hat end in a .c extension ( find -name *.c without the quote characters will not work. You will see why later). find -name Mary_Jones.letter will find the file with the name Mary_Jones.letter . <span>find -size [[+|-]]<size> Finds only files that have a size larger (for + ) or smaller (for - ) than <size> kilobytes, or the same as <size> kilobytes if the sign is not specified. find <directory







#chapter-1 #jaynes_probability_theory
‘They will never make a machine to replace the human mind – it does many things which no machine could ever do.’ A beautiful answer to this was given by J. von Neumann in a talk on computers given in Princeton in 1948, which the writer was privileged to attend. In reply to the canonical question from the audience (‘But of course, a mere machine can’t really think, can it?’), he said: You insist that there is something a machine cannot do. If you will tell me precisely what it is that a machine cannot do, then I can always make a machine which will do just that!

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#Derecho #Derecho-Romano

Del derecho en sentido objetivo:

  • CELSO: (ius est ars boni et aequi). El derecho es el arte de lo bueno y lo equitativo

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Flashcard 3825889316108

Question
In linux, in networking, [...] [...] is a number that defines a range of IP addresses
Answer

network mask or subnet mask

^^ the mask is given as a dot seperated 32 bit decimal number (e.g. 255.255.255.0)


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25. Introduction to IP
machine itself. Further, 172.16.0.0 through 172.31.255.255 are additional private addresses for very large internal networks, and 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255 are for even larger ones. 25.3 <span>Network Masks and Addresses Consider again the example of a university with a Class B address. It might have an IP address range of 137.158.0.0 through 137.158.255.255 . Assume it was decided that th







Flashcard 3881986821388

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A “triple-risk” model of SIDS has been proposed, which postulates the intersection of three overlapping factors: (1) a vulnerable infant, (2) a critical developmental period in homeostatic control, and (3) an exogenous stressor.
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A “triple-risk” model of SIDS has been proposed, which postulates the intersection of three overlapping factors: (1) a vulnerable infant, (2) a critical developmental period in homeostatic control, and (3) an exogenous stressor.


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While numerous factors have been proposed to account for a vulnerable infant, the most compelling hypothesis is that SIDS reflects a delayed development of “arousal” and cardiorespiratory control

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be described) and the geographic locale. Most infants who die of SIDS die at home, usually during the night after a period of sleep. For many years, prolonged apnea was considered to be a risk factor for SIDS. Infants who devel- oped a so-called “apparent life-threatening event” (ALTE), characterized by some combination of apnea, marked change in color or muscle tone, choking or gagging, were considered at risk for subsequent SIDS. However, epidemiologic studies have demonstrated that these “life- threatening events” and SIDS have different risk factors and ages of onset, and are probably unrelated entities. Children experiencing ALTEs are often premature or have a mechanical basis for respiratory compromise. This dis- tinction might explain why home apnea monitors, which have proliferated among American families for “SIDS pre- vention,” have had minimal impact on reducing the risk of SIDS

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Flashcard 3882009890060

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#abasia
Question
Impossibilità di camminare, spesso dovuta a cause psichiche


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Flashcard 3882014608652

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#abate
Question
1 Superiore di un ordine monastico o di un'abbazia
|| Abate mitrato, con insegne e privilegi di vescovo


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